An open call for the international pre-incubation programme “Green HExagon” has ended. The four-month programme will start on 21st February, during which participants will develop solutions to achieve sustainability, well-being and climate action goals.
“There is a lot of interest in sustainable solutions and we are looking forward to seeing what ideas and innovations will emerge from this programme,” says Māra Birzniece, Head of the University of Latvia Business Incubator.
The pre-incubation programme will start with an ideation and team formation event already on 21st February. We would also like to invite everyone to participate in out of the programme events – three workshops dedicated to skills development. The workshops are designed to help you improve your skills and we will start with “Positive Leadership”, which will take place on 22nd February.
Leadership and other skills are essential for anyone who wants to succeed in a professional career. We encourage everyone to take this opportunity and participate, details are available on the website under “Skills”.
During the pre-incubation programme itself, participants will work on their leadership and soft skills, and develop their business ideas with the help of international experts and mentors. The best participants will have the opportunity to attend bootcamp in Austria and teams will compete for a grant up to €5,000 to develop their ideas.
Applications are currently being evaluated and participants will soon receive news of their acceptance into the programme.
For more information contact organizers at email@example.com.
Project activities are funded by the European Union Erasmus+ project “Entrepreneurial teaching partnerships for fostering innovation and green startup development in higher education”, project No. 2022-1-LV01-KA220-HED-000090176, UL registration No. ZD2022/21385.
The programme is organized by four partners: the University of Latvia (Business incubator), the University of Tartu (business incubator “Startup Lab”), the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (business incubator “Point One”), the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt (Startup Center).
This project is funded by the European Union. The views and opinions expressed reflect the personal views of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the EACEA accepts any responsibility for the views expressed.